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Hunter

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  1. I'm not sure if I can make the ride now. My mother is in the process of moving into a new house and is in need of my help. Hopefully everyone has a good ride. Maybe next year.
  2. Hoping to be able to ride till lunch. The Gabby Goat is a good place.
  3. Taking us 40 is a relaxing ride with easier stops. I forget the town but I think you go by the worlds largest wind chime ( couple blocks off main road). Couple years ago we stop at nice bar and grill in Effingham. Us 42 from Brazil is a great road with some fair curves. It runs about 10 miles south of 40 but also runs along 70. 40 runs north of 70 through that area.
  4. Looks like it's been a wet day for the ride. Looking at radar and spot they are almost out of the storms. Hopefully everyone is safe and dry out during lunch, then have an enjoyable and dry ride the rest of the day.
  5. Jery if you lead this leg I might be able to ride a little bit of it with the grandson. Although due to work schedual and family plans I can not do the whole ride this year.
  6. The group I'm with will be riding the Dragon's Tail on Tuesday and\or on Wednesday if you can get there early. We are doing the Blue Ridge on Sunday and Monday, all before the event.
  7. I just found out that is is possible we might have the youngest ever participant on our leg. Does anyone have any idea if anyone younger than 5 has been on the ride?
  8. Well that will changed things a lot. The web site I looked at just read open from 6am-1pm. So no moon burger in Il. on Sunday and no alcohol in In. either. Except the bar. Looks like it will be back to Sonic for lunch. Thanks for the info Mike.
  9. Still waiting on any feed back about eating at moonshine. Please give your opinion. It is a great place to go to.
  10. If they are out of business I guess they are not an option anymore.
  11. Rockstar pizza is only a couple miles from the motel we will be staying at. It is one of the options for the evening meal.
  12. MOONSHINE. This is a great place to go to. If there is enough interested, we could make it happen this year. Would proably mean kick stands up at 8AM though, and maybe even more I70 riding. We need to be there by 12 noon to 12:15. The grill shuts down at 12:30 sharp. If you are going to ride this leg. Please give your input weither it is a yes or no. Depending on comments put in here I will try to make it happen.
  13. MOTEL INFO. It is confirmed that we will be staying at the Best Western in Plainfield. 317-837-7500. Listed under Victory Motocycle. Rate is $79.99 plus tax. Remember there is no alcohol sells in Indiana on Sunday's for take out. Although the bar at the hotel will be open till midnight.
  14. The stop will be in Plainfield this year. I have to call in mourning to confirm the blocked rooms and prices. Should be $79.99. On the sad news, Indiana does not sell alcohol on Sunday.
  15. Ty Jeramy for a great ride. It was great to get off the beaten path of hwy 40 and explore new territory. Hwy 50 is a good road.
  16. First of all, Pam and I want to thank Paul and Tina for their great hospitality. That was a great meal and the view simply beautiful. It was good meeting and riding with you Mike, I was disappointed that you had no ghost story from your nights stay. And finally Ty Dan for leading the ride and showing us more than just hwy 40. the bike museum was a fun stop.
  17. oops, I meant the baton and accessaries back pack. Thanks alot Dan. I need no help getting myself in trouble.Your supposed to save me.
  18. Pam and I will be on this leg. We will help you Dan, after all that is a heavy load. Paul, I think Pam talked to you about staying there. Cain't wait to enjoy the lake and view. And, oh yea the great company.
  19. Got home last night and mostly unpacked. Extremly good time at the meet. Great roads, great hotel, great friends and very good people who worked hard to give us a wonderful time. Plus a good number of vendors. 3800 miles in 10 days with 58 hours in the saddle and 14 States, and 1 Provence in Canada.
  20. It was 2100 miles straight shot to Lewiston. Went to Sturgis after that. 5500 miles by time we got back home. We are also planning on making Hunter, New York in 14.
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